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Bermuda Railway(standard Gauge)

The Bermuda Railway was a standard gauge 21.7-mile line in Bermuda operating from October 31, 1931 to May 1, 1948. 
The stock was supplied by Drewry, with body work supplied by Cravens and construction done by English Electric at Preston. 
On closure all stock was sold to the British Guyana Railway, which finally closed in 1972. A couple of the freight vehicles are thought to still exist.

More info here 

http://www.bermudarailway.net/index.html

Description Model Scales
     Click on Red Triangles for link to specific scale item on Shapeways

Motor coaches 10 to 15


Require chassis, bogies and finishing


  
Motor Freight Vans 30/31

Require chassis, bogies and finishing


   
Motor Locos/Freight Vans 100/101

Require chassis, bogies and finishing


Trailer Freight vans 40/41

Require chassis, bogies and finishing


 
Pullman coaches(1st class) 20-25

Require chassis, bogies and finishing

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Tourist/Toast Rack(2nd class) coaches 60-65

Require chassis, bogies and finishing


 

Pictures are just for reference, not of specific scaled model. 

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All 3D printed designs by Simon Dawson (Rue d'Étropal) , currently produced to order by Shapeways. Just follow links to Shapeways pages.

 

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